Have you ever heard of maladaptive daydreaming? I started writing fiction in the seventh grade as a means of escape. I’ve been doing it ever since. In those decades, I’ve written books, comics, interviews, reviews, blogs, websites, television commercials, print ads, PDQs and IVRs. I’ve written sales assets, internal messaging, service scripts, fortune cookies, love letters, and death threats.

Poke around and see what you like.


If you’re like me, you’re already bored to death. Take a break and read some comics.

Marketing, XD, Sales

Experience. Creativity. Leadership. These aren’t just great Scrabble hands. They’re the traits you’re looking for.

Fiction and speculation

What’s hyperactivity?

The misconception of “‘hyperactivity” may be part of the reason more women aren’t diagnosed. Here’s why it matters.

03 | “That Night”

If a girl asks me what I do, I say “fashion”. If a guy asks, “I work at a clothing store”. Neither…

02 | “The Grinch”

He bit my nipple off and ate it. Rob, not the Grinch.

Agony: Literary Pitch

Brandon spends life after life orchestrating the perfect act for two impossible tasks: win ex’s trust and get out of L.A. in…


I’ve never met you. But I believe in you. Let inspire and support your creativity.

Head Trauma

Blood collected along the lower seam of the airbag in big, pregnant bulges, each releasing, splatting between her feet.

Classroom Visitor

Kimberly Yates never heard a man choke on his own blood before. She was hardly ten years old. But she’d never forget…


Cooper’s the best dog on the block. He’s the only dog on the block, actually. Didn’t used to be.


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